Another Driving video, but this one includes a stop at a rest area, and a truck stop. This vacation video was filmed in January of 2007. The original soundtrack has been replaced with Public Domain Classical music to give it a slightly better feeling when watched. You have permission to use this footage in any work as long as you give credit to DARRELL LEE WRIGHT for supplying this footage. ENJOY! Topics: Vacation, Home Movie, Stock Footage, Rest Area, Mountain, Kentucky, Traffic, Trees, Roads, Gas...
Wallace Kelly's film "The Enterprise Goes to Press" (ca. 1938) is his amateur industrial film about the production of "The Enterprise," the Kelly family's newspaper in Lebanon, Kentucky. Kelly (1910-1988) was also an accomplished photographer, painter, and writer. He began shooting film in 1929 and continued until the 1950s. His film "Our Day" was named to the National Film Registry in 2007. This reel was preserved by the Center for Home Movies with funds from the... Topics: Home movie, Amateur film, Kentucky, Newspapers, Wallace Kelly
A reel of "odds and ends" from Wallace Kelly's film collection from the 1930s. The film consists primarily of family home movies, but also includes outtakes from "Our Day," scenes of the film "The Story of Astoria," shots of a marquee of the Marx Brothers in "Monkey Business" (1931) and clips of Kodacolor lenticular film (transferred as black & white). Kelly, a newspaperman from Lebanon, Kentucky, was also an accomplished photographer, painter, and... Topics: Wallace Kelly, home movies, amateur film, Kentucky, New York City
This reel from 1930 is possibly the first film shot by Wallace Kelly (1910-1988) and documents his train trip from Kentucky to Cincinnati to New York City, with scenes of Times Square at night, the Statute of Liberty, elevated trains and city streets, and a family outing with Percy Johnson, the president of Chemical Bank. Kelly, a newspaperman from Lebanon, Kentucky, was also an accomplished photographer, painter, and writer. He began shooting film in 1929 and continued until the 1950s. His... ( 4 reviews ) Topics: Home movies, Amateur films, Kentucky, New York City, Wallace Kelly
Named to the National Film Registry in 2007, "Our Day" is a day-in-the-life portrait of the Kelly family of Lebanon, Kentucky. Wallace Kelly's amateur cast was made up of his mother, wife, brother, and pet terrier. The film documents a modern home inhabited by adults with sophisticated interests and simple ones. Kelly, a newspaperman, was also an accomplished photographer, painter, and writer. He began shooting film in 1929 and continued until the 1950s. ( 8 reviews ) Topics: home movie, amateur film, National Film Registry, Kentucky, Wallace Kelly